(1) John J. Higgins and Barb Adams – From FISA to Visas – Trumps’ “Stable Genius” Week
Last week, Michael Wolff’s book, Fire and Fury, brought into question the president’s mental competence and whether he’s unfit to do his job. This week, Trump appears to be proving Wolff’s summary correct.
On Tuesday, the president rapidly flip-flopped on DACA–first agreeing with a DACA-only proposal immediately followed by a “can’t be DACA-only” proposal. Even worse, Trump didn’t seem to comprehend his inconsistency or that they were different viewpoints.
By Thursday, however, the White House was scrambling to cover for the president. Trump began the day by attacking re-authorization of the FISA surveillance program, considered a done-deal by Republicans and top intelligence officials. The president went so far as to tweet that the FISA program may have been used to “badly surveil and abuse” his campaign. Either he’s “badly” paranoid or a puppet of FOX News, which had aired a story earlier before his tweet on why the surveillance program should not be re-upped. But that wasn’t the end of it…Trump then reversed himself with a “…We need it! Get smart!” tweet.
Trump wasn’t done yet, though. He went on to brag that he “probably” has “a very good relationship with Kim Jong Un.” Wait, had he spoken to Little Rocket Man recently or was he referring to the leader of South Korea, President Moon Jae-in? We may never know. When asked, Trump replied “I don’t want to comment on it. I’m not saying I have or haven’t” (spoken with Kim Jong Un). This from the man whose “button is bigger.”
Then came the piece de resistance. During a meeting with lawmakers regarding immigration in the Oval Office on Thursday, Trump became frustrated with restoring protections for immigrants from Haiti, El Salvador and African countries, blurting out “Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?” Unable to stop himself, Trump then suggested that the U.S. should bring more people from countries like Norway. Not only stupid, insensitive and outrageous, but out-and-out racist! White countries “good,” black/brown countries “bad.” This is the President of the United States??? Sick!!!
JOIN Barb and John as they discuss From FISA to Visas – Trump’s “Stable Genius” Week
(2) Rick Snyder
Joining the show during the second hour is American-born, Paris-based international business coach, writer, speaker, and consultant Rick Snyder. Rick will be discussing how to create an effective business plan for 2018 utilizing intuition.
How can businesses prepare for the new year, and what should every business be doing right now?
According to Snyder, “There is often a debate between the logical and intuitive sides of our brain. And more pointedly, the question of which is the best place to make strategic decisions from? I say both!”
Rick will discuss how to create a business plan and when it’s important to trust your intuition and veer from the plan. He’ll talk about why intuition should be used to guide decisions in both business and life as well as how tapping into your intuition can help you make huge, significant choices in your business. In addition, Rick will offer insights on how to stop fear and resistance from derailing decisions when high stakes and big money are on the line.
Rick Snyder is an American-born, Paris-based international business coach, writer, speaker, consultant, and CEO of Three Hats, a leading small business consulting firm. Rick has launched three businesses and is an expert in mentoring, training, and teaching others how to utilize the process of bringing intuition into an effective business plan and company culture. His breakthrough strategies have been implemented by executives and businesses in Europe, Canada, Asia, and America. Rick has lived the past few years in France and brings a global perspective to his teachings. The coaches of Three Hats are certified coaching representatives of EMyth, the globally known brand that has a worldwide presence and reach in over 145 countries.
For more information, visit www.three-hats.com.
(3) REBROADCAST from October 21, 2017, with Denise Green (Work-Life Brilliance)
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